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... Do not measure your progress solely by weight or BMI. If you exercise, you may gain muscle, which would cause your weight to increase, or mask the effects of fat loss if you just look at the scale. But muscle gain is healthy, so you should not avoid it. ... (6 replies)
... add exercise on top of that you'll be burning more calories thus you'll lose weight. I'm assuming you aren't gaining any weight right now so I say just continue to eat whatever you want and add exercise to that. ... (10 replies)
... So, the reason I'm here is for suggestions on how to build up some muscle mass on my chest and shoulders. I really want to tone up my legs and butt, and so I'm trying to do running and some strength stuff, but I don't know how to best attack my chest. ... (0 replies)

Help! I am flabby!
Jul 23, 2010
... I am 24, female, 5'6 and 123 lbs. I am within a healthy weight for my height and I look relatively thin with clothes on, however I have a stomach that rolls over the top of my pants and a jiggly bum. My lower stomach is particularly problematic. ... (5 replies)
... muscle means your body burns more calories even at rest. if your caloric intake is stable and your weight is stable as well, adding muscle will cause your body to burn fat stores to meet the new, higher caloric requirments. the great thig about adding muscle is that you get a double benefit. ... (7 replies)
... I have been working with a trainer for 6 months. I naturally am a pretty muscular woman. ... (8 replies)


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